Algebra I #640
Algebra I is an introduction of basic skills in handling signed numbers, equations, roots, and powers – all leading toward higher level work in math but with some emphasis on the practical use of these basic skills in daily living experiences. Daily assignments and tests are part of the daily routine. Please bring your own scientific calculator to use in class. |

Geometry #660
Topics covered include area, volume, slope, triangles, circles, quadrilaterals, parallel and perpendicular lines, and proofs. All students should have their own scientific calculators that they bring to class. |

Algebra A/B #620
Algebra A/B offers the same curriculum as Algebra I, but it is part one of a two-year course and will cover the first semester of Algebra I in a years time. This class is for students who have struggled in Pre-Algebra but passed or those who failed Algebra I and need a slower pace. The only way to get into this class is by teacher recommendation, failure of Algebra I, or low ISAT scores. |

Algebra C/D #630
Algebra C/D offers the same curriculum as Algebra I, but it is part two of a two-year course and will cover the second semester of Algebra I in a years time. The class will also extend to cover some Geometry concepts. This class is for students who have taken Algebra A/B or have failed second semester of Algebra I. |

Algebra II/Trig. #670
This class emphasizes further development of the skills learned in Algebra I, as well as matrices, trigonometry, conic graphs, and statistics. Many colleges require students to have taken Algebra II. This class may be taken in conjunction with geometry, if you received and “A” or “B” in Algebra I. All students should have their own scientific calculator. |

Precalculus #680
This course deals with many facets of mathematics, including trigonometry, logarithm and exponents, graphs and their functions, polynomial and rational functions, and systems of equations. All students should have their own scientific calculator. |

Calculus #690
This course will cover functions, graphing, derivatives, integrals, exponential and logarithmic functions, and algebraic vectors. This is a honors level class and the GPA is weighted. |

Business Math #650
This course deals with using mathematics in the “real” world. The first semester deals with math on an individual level with chapters on using a checking account, buying a car, buying a house, getting a loan, and using a charge card. The second semester deals with math on a business level with chapters on purchasing, personnel, accounting, financial management, and other job skills. |